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- * - - - o ,* - - ~ ~ o . - THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 2018 Page 3 We re :not just a p,rmac?, Locally owned and operated, Grafton Drug features a unique selection of giftware, puzzles, candy, kitchen items cards, and more. Gift wrap with purchase. Gift cards also available. Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: The public is invited to the Good Samaritan Auxiliary annual Pie and Ice Cream Social Sunday; July 29 2 - 4 p.m. at the Good Samaritan Center Park River. Interested in becoming a spotlight sponsor? Contact the Press at 701-284-6333 COUNTY Park River PO Box 49 Cm@O(;tx l . . samarttan Stwicn Park River 301 County Road 12B 284-7115 AUTO PARTS Park River Implement 284-6316 UNITEa Bank&lnsurance Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 Michigan - 259-2112 H oopqe ~ 894-6123 Crystal ~ 657-2168 110 4th St. E Park River Jim's Super Valu 101 3rcl St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! ELEC I HIe LTD. 65 Years of exceptional service - with many third generation customers. Experienced, well trained and knowledgable staff that live in your communities. Providing Quality Electrical Services to: Farms Agricultural Plants Schools Water Plants Homes Cities Hospitals Just about anything else that needs wiring Serving northeastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota Call us at 701-284-7433 SAMSON, the strongest name in the industry! Pembina County Memorial Hospital Full/Part/Flex time RNs Flex time CNA/LPN Wedgewood Manor Full time Night Nurses RN/LPN Flex time LPN & RN Full/Part/Flex time CNAs Part/Flex time Dietary Aide Sign on BONUS CNAs GREAT BENEFIT PACKAGE! Apply online: www.cavalierhospital.com or contact Human Resources at 701-265-6308 for more information. Pembina ('o/ln(l' Memorial ttovfftal IVedgewood Mmmr By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, much more efficient. Write it down I manage a large health clinic if it's complicated. Genetics matter that treats thousands of seniors too, so knowing your family's each year, and we've have found health history can also be helpful. that patients that come prepared Prepare a list of questions: Make when they visit our doctors are a written list of the top three or four much more satisfied with the care issues you want to discuss with your they receive. Can you write a col- doctor. Since most appoinlments last umn educating patients on how to around 15 to 20 minutes, this can prepare for doctor's appointments? help you stay on track and ensure Healthcare Helper you address your most pressing concerns first. If you're in for a di- Dear Helper, agnostic visit, you should prepare a There's no doubt about it. Stud- detailed description of your symp- ies have shown that patients who toms. help their doctors by providing im- portant health information and During Appointments preparing themselves for appoint- The best advice when you meet ments tend to get better care than pa- with your doctor is to speak up and tients who don't. Here are some sim- get to the point. So right away, con- pie things we can all do to help max- cisely explain why you're there. imize our next visit to the doctor. Don't wait to be asked. Be direct, honest and as specific when re- Before Appointments counting your symptoms or ex- Gathering your health informa- pressing your concems. Many pa- tion and getting organized before tients are reluctant or embarrassed your appointment are the key steps to talk about their symptoms, which to ensuring a productive meeting makes the doctor's job a lot harder with your doctor. This is especial- to do. It's also a good idea to bring- ly important if you're seeing mul- ing along a family member or tiple doctors or are meeting with a friend to your appointment. They new physician. Specifically, you can help you ask questions, listen to need to: what the doctor is telling you and Get your test results: If you're give you support. seeing a new doctor for the first time, Also consider taking some notes make sure he or she has copies of or ask the doctor if you can record your latest X-ray, MRI or any oth- the session for later review. If you er test or lab results you've recent- don't understand what the doctor is ly had, including reports from oth- telling you, ask him or her to explain er doctors that you've seen. In most it in simple terms so you can un- cases, you'll need to do the leg work derstand. And if you mn out of time yourself which may only require a and don't get your questions an- phone call to your previous doctor swered, ask if you can follow up by asking them to send it, or you may phone or email, make another ap- need to go pick it up and take it your- pointment, or seek help from the self. doctor's nurse. List your medications: Make a list of all the medications you're tak- For more information, the Na- ing including prescription and over- tional Institute on Aging offers an the-counter drugs, supplements and excellent booklet called "Talking herbs, along with the dosages and With Your Doctor: A Guide for Old- take it with you to your appointment, er People" that can help you prepare Or, just put all your pill bottles in a for an appointment and become a bag so you can take them with you. more informed patient. To get a free Know your health history: Being copy mailed to you, call 800-222- able to talk to your doctor about any 2225 or visit order.nia.nih.gov. previous medical problems and Send your senior questions to: Savvy Sen- procedures, even if they're not the ior, Box 5443, Norman, OK73070, brvls- reason you are going to the doctor it SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of "The this time, can make an office visit Savvy Senior" book. -Walsh County Veterans Service Office I want to take this moment to reach out to local business owners and local service providers. Do you offer discounts to military veterans? Would you like to? Do you offer a service for housebound folks or those with low income? Not sure how to officially identify a veteran? Let me know and I can educate you and your staff on how to do that. Would you like them to know about services you can provide in the local area of Walsh County? Send me a note (walshcountyvso@nd.gov). Give me a call (352-5030). Message me on Facebook (@WalshCountyVeterans). I want to know, so I can help connect local veterans who need them to any goods you sell or services you provide. We live in a small community, but if there is one thing I know, it is that if you assume everyone knows, most people probably don't. I'll be the first to admit I live in Walsh County and don't know about a lot of the small events that happen from town to town. I'm a busy work- ing person that doesn't get out much. That is why I love it when a busi- ness creates a Facebook page and actually posts updates. I also like when they advertise in the local papers. It shows that they still want to reach out to those of us that may be clueless that they are having a sale or a food special on a certain night. Wouldn't it be great if you could add, "Military Veterans/Active Duty Soldiers receive 5% or 10% off'? Let's get in the know together. Thank you for being a small business owner and a local service provider. Katrina Hodny, Veteran Service Officer Admin Bldg 638 Cooper Ave, Suite 5 Grafton, ND 58237 701-352-5030 or 701-331-1700 walshcountyvso@nd.gov walshcountynd.com/veteran Facebook @WalshCountyVeterans Photo: Submitted Above: Nineties Celebration, June 6, 2018, Front (L to R): Alyce Haugen, Connie Weberg, Amelia Kjela,-,bne Iqelaas, Ada Drevecky, Jean Boesl, Bealdce Grove. Bacic Marion Hove, Irene Kresbach, Walter Gronhovd, Al- fred UndeU, Mary Jane Eidsness, Fem Ameson "0 EDMORE, N.D. -- Tuesday, group picture was taken to com- June 6, 2018 was a very special memorate the day. Pastor Jodi day at Concordia Lutheran Church Myrvik welcomed the group, gave in Edmore. That was the day the a short message for the day, and in- High Plains Parish celebrated the troduced everyone. This was fol- lives of those in the communities lowed by an afternoon lunch con- served by the parish who were of sisting of chicken salad served on would reach 90 years of age in a lettuce leaf and a warm croissant 2018. Twenty-four people were followed by an angel food dessert. invited to attend; 12 of them were Water and coffee were also served. able to attend. Those in attendance A time of visiting followed before and their guests were: Fern Arne- it was time for everyone to retum son (Keith Arneson), Jean Boesl (Susanne Blair), Ada Drevecky to their homes. Hostesses for the (DeAnne Vigen), Mary Jane Eid- day were Becky Diseth, Sally sness (Irene Kresbach), Walter Diseth, LouAnn Thorvilson, and Gronhovd (Marion Hove), Beat- Irene Levang. rice Grove (Pat Hove), Alyce Beatrice Grove at 98 was the Haugen (David and Laurie Hau- oldest woman to attend, Walter gen),Amelia Kjelaas (Doyal Dis- Gronhovd at 94 was the oldest eth), Ione Kjelaas (Vickie man, andAlfred Lindell who was Mahnke), Alfred Lindell, and Con- 90 in March was the youngest per- nie Weberg (Gladys Hammer): son to attend, lone Kjelaas, who As guests arrived, pictures were lives in Grand Forks, traveled the taken. When all had arrived, a farthest. DRAYTON, N.D. -- Drayton, N.D hosted a blood drive with Unit- ed Blood Services on Junel4 at Drayton Public School, which helped collect a total of 37 units of blood and one unit of plasma for pa- tients in need. A total of 36 individuals volun- teered to donate blood and 28 indi- viduals.were able to donate at the United Blood Services blood drive on June 14. A total of 10 donors also came forward to donate Power Red Cells (2RBC) which collects two units of red blood cells while re- turning platelets, plasma and a saline solution back to the donor. There were four persons who vol- unteered for the first time. United Blood Services expressed their gratitude to the Drayton com- munity, as well as those who assisted the day of the drive: Sharon Gun- derstrom, Patti Thompson, Murphy Thompson, Linda Johnston, Matt Rarick, Jamie Rarick, Lindsay Pollestad, Joanna Lorenzen, and Greg Pollestad. UBS strives to keep a 5-day supply of every blood type on the shelf at all times to be able to meet the needs of patients across the re- gion. Donations from O-negative donors, the universal blood type, are especially important this time of year due to increased accidents and trau- ma cases. United Blood Services is the only blood provider to nearly 70 hos- pitals across the region. The blood supply is dependent on selfless do- nations from volunteer donors to en- sure the lifesaving needs of the re- gion are met. About 30 percent of UBS's blood supply goes to cancer patients across the region and one in seven people entering the hospital will need blood. Those relying on blood in the region receive that lifesaving blood from UBS. Donors can make a convenient appointment to give blood at www.bloodhero.com or by calling (877)827-4376. With each donation, donors receive a flee total cholesterol test and cam points in United Blood Services' Hero in Me rewards pro- gram. Blood donation takes about an hour from check-in to refreshments. Donors can save about 20 minutes by completing their Fast Track Health History the day they donate orr www'unitedbl dservices' rg PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The I The summertime festivity will women of the parish of St. Mary's be held at the St. Mary's Catholic in Park River will host a Summer Church Parish Hall located at 505 Salad and Deli Sandwich Lunch- Park Street East on Hwy 17. eon and Bake Sale on Monday, Hope to see you Monday, July July 30 from 11 am to 1 pm.30! Contm the Welsh County Press wcpress@polarcomm, com or 701-284-6333 *Fees apply for open house invitations Your Professional Prescription Service We offer Mail-Out Prescriptions, Delivery Service, Blood Pressure Screening. Photo Kiosk. 10% off Sr. Citizen Discount, Zoovio Video Dealer, Gifts, Hallmark Cards, Drive-up Window Ye Olde Medicine Center Park River. 701-284-7676 Drayton Drug Drayton 701-454-3831 - Laurie